Horsham Kitchen Remodel - LBK Design Build

Horsham Kitchen Remodel


This family wanted to find a practical solution for expanding their kitchen and making the most of the available space. They wanted a modern yet comfortable kitchen that could be enjoyed by their busy family. To achieve this, we decided to remove the wall separating the kitchen and dining room and utilize the extra space for appliances and family meals. We approached the design in a transitional style, incorporating all the desired elements without making the kitchen stand out from the rest of the home.


The original footprint of the room had the space divided between the small kitchen and dining room. The kitchen was laid out in a U shape, with little room for shared meals or storage. The space just felt disjointed and needed to be unified and expanded.


To create a larger kitchen, our first step was to remove the wall that separated the kitchen and dining room. This allowed us to create a cohesive space where the family could prepare and enjoy dinner together without feeling separated. We also added extra storage along the perimeter and island to accommodate their busy, growing family. Additionally, we maximized storage space by adding drawers under the windows as well as two pantries for additional food storage.


To achieve a timeless look, we opted for matte black hardware and plumbing fixtures. The addition of bright recessed and under-cabinet lighting gives the room a clean and modern appearance, while the farmhouse-style chandelier above the dining table adds a touch of rustic charm. The flooring, made of wood-look LVP in “Nordic Oak,” introduces texture to an otherwise contemporary space.


This kitchen’s upper cabinets are from Legacy Cabinets in their Avalon door style in the color “Origami White.” The lower cabinets and island match their counterparts in style but add contrast in the color “Inkwell.”


The new kitchen features white Calacatta quartz countertops that are complemented by a marble picket backsplash. The pattern of the backsplash draws the eye upward and adds depth and dimension with slight variations in tone.



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